Video shows police overtaken by drunk driver

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Police allege the man was driving 150km/h.

A JERRABOMBERRA man was drink driving yesterday (March 12) when he overtook an unmarked police car on Tuggeranong Parkway.

The 44-year-old was driving a blue Ford Falcon ute at about 2.25pm, which police allege was going 150km/h.

The driver tested positive to a roadside breath test and was conveyed to City Police Station where he underwent further analysis, returning a result of 0.227, which is more than four times the legal limit for a full licence holder.

The man has been granted bail and will be summonsed to appear before the ACT Magistrates Court at a later date charged with level four drink-driving, aggravated dangerous driving and speeding.

Speeding drink driver four times the limit

A 44-year-old Jerrabomberra man was charged with high-range drink-driving yesterday after returning a breath test result of 0.227, which is more than four times the legal limit for a full licence holder. Details here: bit.ly/2UxYciL

Posted by ACT Policing on Tuesday, 12 March 2019

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